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Rialto Bridge

Venice, Veneto 30125

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"To make sure you keep things quick, you could opt for a tavola calda joints selling hot, prepared foods near the Rialto Bridge"  See More

"The top sights of Venice: Grand Canal Campanile di San Marco Saint Mark's Basilica Doge's Palace Rialto Bridge Scuola Grande Di San Rocco La Gondola Rossa"  See More

"As far as what to see well obviously St Mark's Square and the Rialto Bridge."  See More

"Everyone must visit st marks square and see the cathedral and doges palace Also the Rialto Bridge The Lido is interesting if u have time Take the vaporotto ( city bus/ boat) up and down the grand canal to see the sights cheaply Eat away from the tourist areas or u will pay a fortune Just wander around Allow your self to get lost in the back canals where people live."  See More

"Do a little shopping on the Rialto Bridge ."  See More

"Guggenheim Museum, Venice St Mark's Square Rialto Bridge Walk everywhere!"  See More

"It's far enough away from Rialto Bridge and St Mark's Square to have a little oasis away from the crowds."  See More

"Visits to St Mark's Square are free, the Rialto Bridge and market and many of the churches in Venice are free to enter (there is usually a small charge for the museums or the towers) If you buy a 48 or 72 hour Vaporetto ticket you can travel along the lagoon and visit some of the interesting islands like Murano Island Burano (for the pretty coloured houses) and maybe Isola di San Michele There are many great little hidden cafes off the main thoroughfare that are very cheap, just steer clear of the touristy areas like San Marco and Rialto."  See More

"It's right at the Rialto Mercato so you can walk to so many places including Rialto Bridge within two minutes."  See More

"You can walk to Rialto Bridge and San Marco Square in 10 minutes and it's a joy to come back to peace and quiet and lovely local restaurants."  See More

"Since it's near the Rialto Bridge you can walk to the other side of the Grand Canal easily."  See More

"The second thing is follow the venetians ways to live venice: baccari tour (typical and historic wine restaurants) starting from the Rialto Bridge."  See More

"Take the vaparetto from San Marco Square around dusk and go up to Rialto Bridge."  See More

"Eat off the beaten track and, above all, avoid the "marketing" guys outside the restaurants near San Marco and Rialto Bridge."  See More

"Some suggestions are to lose yourself on the ways (here called Calle) starting from the food and fish market close to Rialto Bridge, after a quick snack (tramezzino and a prosecco wine), you can go to se the La Biennale di Venezia and, if you still have energy you can take your camera and take the Ponte dell'Accademia as start point of your pics journey."  See More

"The best place to spend your aperitif time in close to Rialto Bridge where you can see an amazing view of Grand Canal."  See More

"I suggest Piazza San Marco Basilica di San Marco Doge's Palace and Peggy Guggenheim Collection You will have travelled under the Rialto Bridge For lunch maybe stop at Al Merca' behind the Rialto market where you can get a glass of Prosecco or wine with some lovely Cicchetti, standing with the local Venetians."  See More

"I recommend Alloggi Al Mercante which is a very nice hotel, next to the Grand Canal and 4 minutes walk from the Rialto Bridge."  See More

"Your second option is to get off at Rialto and cross the canal using the Rialto Bridge."  See More

"We stayed at B&B NiceVenice and it was great -- really clean, huge room, nice owner, free breakfast and within walking distance to San Marco Square and the Rialto Bridge."  See More

"DAY 6 start early again at Basilica di San Marco, walk across the Rialto Bridge and visit the nearby market, have lunch in San Polo before visiting the Scuola Grande Di San Rocco."  See More

"The not so famous Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo close to Rialto Bridge is amazing !"  See More

"Rialto Bridge is a place you must see with typical murano glass shop and jewelry store like Eredi Jovon (Jovon cameos shop) and other magnificent ideas for shopping, great area for good and typical restaurants."  See More

"Some highlights I would not miss are a day trip to Murano Island, Basilica di San Marco, Campanile di San Marco, Grand Canal, Rialto Bridge,Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Cà d'Oro, Scuola Grande Di San Rocco, Doge's Palace Harry's Bar, and by all means embrace getting lost!"  See More

"When you go to Rialto Bridge don't forget to stroll through the markets there."  See More

"On the east side of Rialto Bridge (walk a couple blocks 'in' from the canal) is a shopping area."  See More

"Venice in July is very busy. There are groups everywhere in the city center. A visit to Venice is just walking. There are no cars. Water transportations are very expensive so walking is better and amazing. Here is the website where buy tickets:"  See More

"From there, you can also walk to the Rialto Bridge and cross it."  See More

"If you wanna try some tipical food you gotta go to Antica Trattoria Poste Vecie (close to the Rialto Bridge)."  See More

"Make sure you see the Rialto Bridge and the outside of the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute at some point, but otherwise, wandering toward the water in any direction will give you more of a feel for Venice than anything else."  See More

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